Deceiving APRA

Not only were the original Trust Deed and valid Deeds of Variation criminally concealed from the members and beneficiaries, the original Trust Deed was also concealed from APRA when it was a requirement to provide APRA with a copy of the Deed that established the trust as required to allow APRA register this superannuation fund pursuant to subsection 29L(2)(c) of the the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 (SIS Act).

APRA should have refused to register this fund pursuant to Section 29M of the SIS Act, until the purported corporate Trustee, CCSL Limited, provided a copy of the Trust Deed dated 23 December 1913 to APRA.

However APRA granted registration Number R10004830 without receiving a copy of the original Trust Deed.

The following document was provided to the Chairman of APRA, Mr Wayne Byres, attached to a letter dated 24 September 2015.

This document includes evidence obtained under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 confirming how APRA was deceived by dishonest “Responsible Persons” of the purported corporate Trustee, CCSL Limited.

Deceiving APRA

Instead of providing APRA with a copy of the original Trust Deed made on the 23 December 1913, a copy of a document dated 26 August 1986 that bears the signature of Ken Jarrett was misrepresented as the “Trust Deed” of the fund.

A copy of the following document was also provided to the Chairman of APRA describing how the “Jarrett Deed” can be easily determined to be fraudulent.

Trust Deed and Rules

More details on the “Jarrett Deed” can be found Here


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This tab updated on 26 September 2015